Convert .pdf to .azw for reading PDF files on amazon kindle
Can anyone tell me how to convert PDF file to AZW format for reading on Amazon Kineld(not by sending .pdf to @kindle.com)? – That’s the question maybe you’re just asking.
Adobe PDF is most popular file format for books, magazines, help files and technical manuals. But if you like to read PDF files on your Kindle(the ebook reader from Amazon), I think you have to convert them first into one of the document file types the Kindle will recognize(.azw, .txt, .mobi*,.prc*).
AZW file format is a file that is compatible with the Kindle, an electronic device that allows users to read via an electronic format. Therefore, it is important to be able to convert your PDF files to AZW files to read them on your Kindle.
You can try to email your files and associated with your Amazon.com account to email@example.com for free conversion and delivery, but some people said they never received the converted files.
Another way, you can convert PDF file to AZW using a Mobipocket Creator – the free application that enables you you to create your ebooks, photo albums, personal databases and much more with a simple and intuitive user interface and expandable templates. Here is a step-by-step on how to convert PDF files into .prc files for the Amazon Kindle.
Step by step guide to convert PDF to AZW format for reading on Amazon Kindle.
1. Download and Install the Mobilpocket Creator
Download and install the Mobipocket creator. Make sure that you have downloaded the Publisher Edition. This is the only version that will have the PDF conversion option.
Select "Import From Existing File" and then choose "Adobe PDF".
2. Import PDF Documents (Publisher Edition only)
Select the actual PDF file you would like to convert. You will be able to navigate your hard drive to select a file.
Set .azw as output format
Choose your output file format. Make sure to select the AZW file format.
3. Create AZW file from PDF
Click "Build," and your PDF will be built into an AZW file that will be compatible with your Kindle.
4. Add Meta-data and Pre-defined bookmarks (Publisher Edition only)
You can edit the following meta-data properties: title, author, publisher, ISBN, language, category, description, cover image, retail price, etc…
These meta-data will be used to automatically prefill the Book description fields when you deploy your ebook to the eBookbase wholesale distribution system.
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